Built in 1923, 580 Park Avenue is one of J.E.R. Carpenter's crowning architectural achievements. Its beautiful marble lobby with coffered ceiling spans one city block between 63rd and 64th Streets. Situated high above the building's four floor limestone base is 8B, a graciously proportioned and elegant cooperative apartment. Upon...
Built in 1923, 580 Park Avenue is one of J.E.R. Carpenter's crowning architectural achievements. Its beautiful marble lobby with coffered ceiling spans one city block between 63rd and 64th Streets. Situated high above the building's four floor limestone base is 8B, a graciously proportioned and elegant cooperative apartment. Upon entry from the semi private landing, an impressive 34 foot gallery leads to 2 separate bedrooms with en-suite baths. Both rooms look east over Park Avenue with lovely church views. At the end of the gallery is an exceptionally large living room, 43 feet in length with both western and eastern views and wood a burning fireplace. One could easily create a dining room in this incredible space. A large eat in kitchen has a charming western exposure overlooking neighboring townhouses. It is accompanied by a generously sized butler's pantry equipped with washer dryer. A staff bedroom and full bath complete this pre-war home characterized by its 9 foot ceilings, herringbone floors and 8 over 8 paned windows that allow for excellent light. There is abundant closet space throughout. Private storage conveys with the purchase.
Built in the Italian Renaissance palazzo style, this coveted white glove cooperative boasts an impressive and fully attended lobby, elevator attendants, and a full-time resident manager. Accepts pied a terre residents and pets. 3% flip tax by purchaser. Maintenance billed quarterly. Showings are weekdays only and no evenings or weekends.
Upper East Side, NYC
Financing Allowed: 50%
Web ID: 22369223
Woodburning fireplaces: 1
Air conditioning: Through wall
Managed by: Brown Harris Stevens
Building Type: Elevator
Attended lobby: Yes
Elevator attendant: Yes
Laundry in building: Basement
Storage available: Yes
Pets allowed: Yes
The Upper East Side is a prestigious residential neighborhood in Manhattan known for its historic charm, tree-lined streets, and cultural attractions. It encompasses the Museum Mile, featuring renowned institutions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. The area exudes an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere, attracting families, professionals, and art enthusiasts.
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